The Bombers: The RAF Offensive Against Germany, 1939-1945

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Hutchinson, 1983 - Bombing, Aerial - 415 pages
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A fairly straightforward narrative of the RAF bombing campaign against Germany from the British side. It tells the story in chronological order with little judgment as to right or wrong. It does note ... Read full review

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Illustrations
9
Acknowledgements
11
Foreword
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Norman Longmate (1925- ) is an English author and social and military historian. He was educated at Christ's Hospital and Worcester College, Oxford, where he specialized in Modern History. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Longmate is the author of many WWII historical books which include: If Britain Had Fallen, The GIs: the Americans in Britain 1942-1945, Hitler's Rockets: The Story of the V2s, and The Home Front: an Anthology of Personal Experience 1938-1945. In 2014 his book, How We Lived Then: A History of Everyday Life during the Second World War, made the New York Times bestseller non-fiction list.

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